Some Things You Might Want to Know About the Swine Flu Vaccine

In 1976, swine flu vaccine failed, causing paralysis to hundreds of people. This irreparable damage to the nervous system has been named Guillain-Barre syndrome. To this day, medical experts are clueless as to why the 1976 swine flu vaccine paralyzed so many people. They are equally clueless if the 2009 swine flu vaccine can produce the same devastating effect.

The current swine flu vaccine is understandably being rushed since the World Health Organization has declared swine flu a pandemic and has judged the outbreak to be already at uncontrollable status. It is not going through any human testing. It shall go straight to distribution come fall.

The upcoming swine flu vaccine contains adjuvants. An adjuvant is a booster meant to extend vaccine supplies, thereby scrimping and spreading the volume around. An adjuvant may be a health risk as it can ‘cause an inflammatory response in the body. This is why they are suspected of causing autism and other neurological disorders.’

Vaccine manufacturers will not be held accountable for the failure of the vaccine. ‘The U.S. government has granted drug companies complete immunity against vaccine product liability.’

Some sectors of society are not convinced of the health threat of swine flu, in spite of it being declared a pandemic with all the attendant alarmist propaganda attached to it. .


Via Natural News

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